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Nichole has always had a passion for empowering others to feel good about themselves.Read more →
Paul Brown aka P.J. Brown and has been writing poetry since he was in high school.Read more →
H. Victoria Hargro Atkerson is an imaginative and masterful storyteller, who enjoys the creative process so much that she spends eight to ten hours a day perfecting her skills. She lives between the lines, paragraphs, and pages of her stories. Born in Atlanta, Georgia in a large, close-knit family, she listened to her elders weave words into colorful, imaginative stories.
Victoria Robinson is the young author of children’s book Deep Space Jams as well as an accomplished essayist with an essay featured in The Planetary Society’s Planetary Report, which was published in 140 countries.Read more →
“Who Turned The Lights Out?”, sheds light on the issue of homelessness. It also deals with the near homeless. In this story we meet Jenny and her mother and we see how their story unfolds as they deal with losing electricity over a two day period and everything that goes with it. The book also shows how children and adults can help the homeless. This book is suitable for ages 6-12.Buy Now →
In 2003 Annie Chua made the bold decision to join thousands of women working in Canada under the “24 months Live-in Caregiver Program”. Her intent: to create a better future for her children. However, to make her dream come true Annie had to leave her four daughters behind in the Philippines while she travelled to work as a nanny in Fort McMurray, Alberta. Follow Annie’s journey as she encounters homesickness, loneliness, cultural shock and more.Buy Now →
This book takes you on a journey as to what it is like to be a female electrician in a male-dominated construction industry. In this first volume, I take you along on my quest as an apprentice to become a journeywoman. I have a unique story to tell and many interesting co-workers you will meet with me along the way.Buy Now →